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So I have a 55st60 with a cracked screen. In my hunt for a new new tv I notice cracked plasmas all over ebay and cl--Selling all the time for a price that would help make a dent on the price of a replacement tv. Any advice on selling broken plasmas? Are there any safety concerns regarding the chemicals in the tv that I should be aware/concerned with? Even as it's sitting here I'm worried about the chemicals that may have been released. Or is it as simple as packing it up and shipping it out?


Thanks for your advice in advance!


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Originally Posted by rayoner  /t/1522734/advice-on-selling-a-broken-plasma-tv#post_24487938


So I have a 55st60 with a cracked screen. In my hunt for a new new tv I notice cracked plasmas all over ebay and cl--Selling all the time for a price that would help make a dent on the price of a replacement tv. Any advice on selling broken plasmas? Are there any safety concerns regarding the chemicals in the tv that I should be aware/concerned with? Even as it's sitting here I'm worried about the chemicals that may have been released. Or is it as simple as packing it up and shipping it out?


Thanks for your advice in advance!


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take the back off the TV and sell the boards inside of the TV. throw the panel away.


you can also sell the stand


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rayoner: are you going to part it out, looking for the 'A' board from a pana plasma part # TNPH0793 with a suffix of AM
 
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